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SarahDavid
Esri Contributor

With the June 2024 data release, there are boundary changes to several U.S. geography types used in Community Analyst. 

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FizzaChaudhry
Esri Contributor

ArcGIS Community Analyst is being deprecated entirely. The final release of Community Analyst will be October 2024 and it will remain accessible to users until their next annual renewal date after December 1, 2024. We highly recommend users to migrate over to ArcGIS Business Analyst Web App! 

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SarahDavid
Esri Contributor

Migrate your Esri 2021 and Esri 2022 custom infographics before the June 2024 data deprecation.

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SarahDavid
Esri Contributor

In the June 2024 release, the Esri 2021 and Esri 2022 data sources will be deprecated in ArcGIS Business Analyst Web App and ArcGIS Community Analyst.

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SarahDavid
Esri Contributor

In ArcGIS Community Analyst, you can map service areas using threshold areas.

 

Instead of creating a ring with a known distance, such as a ten-minute walking time or a two-mile radius from your site, you can map the distance needed to capture a variable, such as a population of 100,000 people. Threshold areas commonly use total population or households in an area, but you can also enrich your analysis using other variables from the data browser. 

 

See more in my blog, Map service areas using thresholds in ArcGIS Community Analyst.

 

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SarahDavid
Esri Contributor

In this article, you will learn how nonprofits can use the data browser, what data is available within the data browser, and how to present your analysis.  

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